Salvation Station by Kathryn Schleich

Gotta love a book with multiple storylines – it’s like reading several books at once – and then at the end, it all comes together for the main event!

                The shocking first story line begins with a crime scene.  The bodies of a reverend and his two children are discovered, and the mother is nowhere to be found.  Interestingly, a partial print of the culprit is found that matches 3 different identities on the police database.

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Too Close by Natalie Daniels.

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I love thrillers – but I chose this one because I thought it would start out all light-hearted, heart-warming and fluffy.  And it was a tale that included friendship, but the friendship the book is really about is not the one you’d expect. Continue reading Too Close by Natalie Daniels.

Everything is Lies by Helen Callaghan.

 

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Book review by Cari Mayhew.

 

Death, manipulation, and deception are the foremost themes in this suspense-thriller!  Sophie arrives at her childhood home to find her mum dead, hanging from a tree, and her father stabbed to inches of his life on the floor. Continue reading Everything is Lies by Helen Callaghan.

The Book of You by Claire Kendal.

This intense book is just as much a horror as a thriller.

The story begins as a stream of consciousness, written in the first person, from Clarissa.  She is writing to log the actions of Rafe, her stalker, but it’s written as though it’s Rafe himself that she’s talking to. Much of the story is written in this way.  From the beginning, every move Clarissa makes is met with trepidation. Continue reading The Book of You by Claire Kendal.